Searching for an affordable luxury apartment can be a daunting task. Is one neighborhood better than another? Where do I want to raise my kids? How long will it take to get to work? Do I want to own or rent? Do I get a condo or a house? These are all questions we must ask ourselves before we even start looking into prices and availabilities. After you have answered these questions, then you can start narrowing down where to search. Personally, I like Fort Greene. Why?, you ask. Simple, I like the history.
The history and culture in Fort Greene is something you should take in if you have a chance. Fort Greene is a New York City–designated Historic District. Look up General Nathanael Greene, and you can find out how Fort Greene got its name.
I found this building at 300 Ashland Place, that integrates the historic culture of the neighborhood and modern luxury apartment living. The Brooklyn Public Library is right onsite, as well as, art exhibitions by the Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts.
Haven’t heard of 300 Ashland Place? It is a luxury apartment building with 379 units, and stands 35 stories high. It is considered to be located in the middle of the Brooklyn Cultural District. It was developed and is managed by Two Trees Management out of Brooklyn.
The list of amenities the luxury building brings to the historic neighborhood include a roof top deck, a full time doorman, 24 hour front desk concierge, a parking garage, and bike storage. A key feature is the 24-hour state-of-the-art health club and resident lounge that occupies the entire 29th floor of the building.
Let me give you a brief description of a rental unit at 300 Ashland Place. Unit 11E is a 476 sqft studio apartment, and the monthly rent is $2690. When you enter the unit, there is a sort of foyer, and the bathroom is on your right. Just passed the bathroom is the washer and dryer, to the left of the washer/dryer is a standard size closet with custom shelving. The room opens up to the 16′ x 14′ living area. The stainless steel kitchen appliances, would be to your left, at the front of the apartment. The sink is equipped with a garbage disposal. In the far right corner of the unit is another closet. The floor in the apartment is hardwood white oak. The front door has keyless electronic apartment access. The lighting in the apartment is LED energy efficient track lighting. From the large ceiling-height windows with solar shades, you can see the Verrazano Bridge and the Hudson River.
If you would like additonal information about this unit or the other Fort Greene Brooklyn Luxury Apartment Rentals in this building, please visit the website at http://twotreesny.com/building/300-ashland.